The trailer begins by teasing part of the story, saying that there is a young boy that "wishes for power" for a girl that he cares about, and we can see that the girl appears to have died from something. It then teases the main story of the game, which involves a war coming between the darkness beneath the Earth, and the forces that live on it, while we get to see the many characters that will be in your party. It then shows some of the features of the game, such as making your own weapons, making contracts with monsters known as Shell-Lapises to help you in battle, Linked Skills, and Anger Skills. The trailer shows that the game is trying to bring an old-school JRPG experience in this game, with its turn-based combat and first-person view in battles, and walking around dungeons with your party following you.

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